Today we will look at AngularJS. I’m hoping will go a little bit further than maybe some of the other instructions you see on the web.
You may have heard of the Model-View-Controller paradigm from previous programming experience in other languages.
It’s a way to organize and think about your programs that is designed to make programs easier to develop and maintain over time, especially as application complexity grows.
The MVC model is an example of what computer scientists and developers call a design pattern. It’s not a concept specific to Angular, but rather an approach to program architecture which has been implemented successfully across a variety of programming languages and environments, and which has been found to yield some good practical efficiencies as a time-tested design.